DAY 5

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - The News Bazaar -

The fi­nal night saw an in­cred­i­ble turnout rnout in an­tic­i­pa­tion of an elab­o­rate col­lec­tion n by a man who truly un­der­stands the fem­i­nine mys­tique: ique: Os­car de la Renta. While the leg­endary de­signer ner was un­able to make it, his breath­tak­ing cre­ations more than made up for his ab­sence.

Keep­ing with the times, yet stay­ing ng true to his sig­na­ture, chic dresses and clas­sic ssic gowns made their way down the run­way with ith full skirts and fem­i­nine sil­hou­ettes. Dar­ing ng were the black leather jack­ets and sexy pen­cil ncil skirts, with tai­lored flan­nel pinstripes es in char­coal adding a dash of boy­ish fem­i­nin­ity. minin­ity.

But it was the gowns of deep sap­phire phire blue, red vel­vet bustiers, and dresses of pearl fringe, lace, and tin­sel that re­ally thrilled illed the fashion crowd. And the pièce de ré­sis­tance? tance? That show­stop­per of a wed­ding dress s crafted with soft em­broi­dered lace.

Os­car de la Renta Au­tumn/ Win­ter ’14

Os­car de la Renta Au­tumn/ Win­ter ’14

Os­car de la Renta Au­tumn/ Win­ter ’14

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